JANE WALSH

Jane Walsh is an actress and producer, known for Night Thoughts (2015), Inspector George Gently (2007) and Every Second Sunday (2011).
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Actress (16 credits)
 2017 A Timely Gift (Short) (completed)
Fay
 2017/I The Astronaut (Short)
Susie
 2017 Autopsy: The Last Hours Of (TV Series documentary)
Barbara McQueen

Steve McQueen (2017) … Barbara McQueen
 2016 Every Waking Breath (Short)
Abigail Burton
 2015 Spiders Trap
Natalie (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2015 Night Thoughts
Sasha (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2014 Inner Workings (TV Short)
Sally (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2014 To Let (Video short)
Stella Green (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2014 Inspector George Gently (TV Series)
Nurse

Gently Going Under (2014) … Nurse (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2012 A Christmas Carol
Mrs. Cratchit (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2011 Daughters of Rome (Short)
Sallustia (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2011 Every Second Sunday (Short)
Kim (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2009 This Is Nightlive (TV Series)

Episode #1.5 (2009) … (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2007 Marú (TV Series)
Anita McKeown

Rose Moran (2007) … Anita McKeown
 2005 Bocce Balls
New York City Dancer / Singer (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
 2005 Shepherds (Short) (as Jane Elizabeth Walsh)
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NIAMH WALSH

Niamh Walsh is an actress, known for Jamestown (2017) and Jekyll & Hyde (2015).
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Actress (7 credits)
 2017-2018 Jamestown (TV Series)
Verity Rutter / Verity / Verity Bridges

Episode #2.8 (2018) … Verity Rutter
Episode #2.7 (2018) … Verity Rutter
Episode #2.6 (2018) … Verity Rutter
Episode #2.5 (2018) … Verity Rutter
Episode #2.4 (2018) … Verity Rutter
 2015-2016 Holby City (TV Series)
Cara Martinez

The Lone Ranger (2016) … Cara Martinez
Missing You Already (2016) … Cara Martinez
I’ll Walk You Home (2016) … Cara Martinez
The Sky Is Falling (2016) … Cara Martinez
When I Grow Up (2016) … Cara Martinez
 2015 Jekyll & Hyde (TV Mini-Series)
Maggie Kendall

The Cutter (2015) … Maggie Kendall
 2015/II Send in the Clowns (Short)
Alex
 2014/VII Forever (Short)
Girl
 2013 Casualty (TV Series)
Hannah Spence

Smoke and Mirrors (2013) … Hannah Spence
 2012 Rat Trap (Short)
Amy

GEORGINA WALKER

Georgina Walker was born in 1984. She is an actress, known for Night & Day (2001), In the City (2006) and The Courtroom (2004). See full bio »

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Actress (4 credits)
 2006 In the City (TV Series)
Polly Clarke

Episode #1.20 (2006) … Polly Clarke
Episode #1.19 (2006) … Polly Clarke
Episode #1.18 (2006) … Polly Clarke
Episode #1.17 (2006) … Polly Clarke
Episode #1.16 (2006) … Polly Clarke
 2004 The Courtroom (TV Series)
Tara Kennedy

One More Night (2004) … Tara Kennedy
 2001-2003 Night & Day (TV Series)
Jane Harper

Final Hours, Final Revelations (2003) … Jane Harper
The Secret’s Out (2003) … Jane Harper
The Monster’s Haunting (2003) … Jane Harper
An Open Marriage (2003) … Jane Harper
Steph’s Fire (2003) … Jane Harper
 2001 Crossroads (TV Series)
Rio Brooke (2003)

Kirsty McCabe

Kirsty McCabe

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Kirsty McCabe
Born Kirsty McCabe
Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
Spouse(s) Renato Marchio
(m. 2008)
Children 2

Kirsty McCabe is a Scottish weather forecaster and presenter at Sky News, and was formerly the Senior Meteorologist at The Weather Channel, based at the UK office in London.

Early life[edit]

While at high school McCabe was an early member of the Palace Youth Theatre which was a joint venture between Kilmarnock and Loudoun District Council and Borderline Theatre Company. During this time she played roles in many stage productions including Alice in Alice in Wonderland and performed as a solo singer on many occasions, notably performing John Lennon‘s “Imagine” in the 1993 production of Summertime Blues.

McCabe studied Geophysics at the University of Edinburgh, graduating with a first class honours degree before going on to spend three months as an intern at NASA‘s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, where she used satellite magnetic data to interpret the underlying crustal structure of parts of Australasia. Further study at the University of Oxford saw her involved in a project to look for evidence of climate change in old volcanic soils on the Greek island of Santorini (Thera). While at Oxford she was elected President of the Jesus College Graduate Common Room. During her time at Oxford she was offered a three-month internship at New Scientist magazine where she went on to work as a sub-editor for four years.[1]

Career[edit]

McCabe joined the BBC Weather team in September 2003 and started her training on new media forecasts working on the BBC Digital’s interactive service and online. She completed the first part of her forecaster training at the Met Office College in 2004 and her advanced forecaster exams in 2005. She then presented forecasts across a number of BBC outlets, including BBC News, Radio 4, BBC World News and BBC One. McCabe was a main weather presenter for BBC News at One and occasionally presented the weather on BBC Breakfast.

In January 2009, she replaced Andrea McLean as GMTV‘s weather forecaster.[2] In September 2010, McCabe joined GMTV replacement programme Daybreak on ITV Breakfast as a weather presenter and environment correspondent alongside Lucy Verasamy.[3] On 7 February 2012 it was announced McCabe had left Daybreak.[4]

In June 2012, she joined South Today on BBC South as a weather forecaster[5] for a six-month stint. In January 2013 she moved to Reporting Scotland on BBC Scotland.

From July 2013 to October 2016, she also presented weather forecasts for 5 News on Channel 5, providing cover for Sian Welby.

Since January 2015, she has presented weather forecasts for Sunrise on Sky News as well as working as a Weather Producer for Sky News.

McCabe was the Senior Meteorologist for The Weather Channel UK’s office from January 2015 to May 2016, broadcasting via weather.com and the Weather Channel App.

In June 2017 she became the world’s first Meteorologist in Residence for the London Marriott Hotel County Hall providing bespoke weather forecasts.

She also writes regular parenting columns for publications such as iVillage.co.uk and Junior magazine.

Personal life[edit]

McCabe married South African architect Renato Marchio in July 2008.[6] She gave birth to a son on 25 December 2010, and to a second son on 7 May 2013.[7] Her third child is due in February 2018.

Self (11 credits)
 2017 Sky News: Sunrise (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Forecaster

Episode dated 3 July 2017 (2017) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 16 April 2017 (2017) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 15 April 2017 (2017) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 20 February 2017 (2017) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 27 January 2017 (2017) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
 2008-2013 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – Scotish Regional Weather Forecaster / Herself – Weather Forecaster

Episode dated 21 February 2013 (2013) … Herself – Scotish Regional Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 24 July 2008 (2008) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
 2012 South Today (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Forecaster

Episode dated 13 December 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 12 December 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 11 December 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 10 December 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 7 December 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
 2010-2012 Daybreak (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Forecaster / Herself

Episode dated 27 January 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 26 January 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 25 January 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 24 January 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 23 January 2012 (2012) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
 2011 University Challenge (TV Series)
Herself

Christmas 2011 Special 2 (2011) … Herself
 2008-2010 GMTV (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Forecaster / Herself

Episode dated 25 August 2010 (2010) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 24 August 2010 (2010) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 23 August 2010 (2010) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 12 August 2010 (2010) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode dated 11 August 2010 (2010) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
 2008 The Andrew Marr Show (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Forecaster

Episode #4.7 (2008) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode #4.6 (2008) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
Episode #4.4 (2008) … Herself – Weather Forecaster
 2008 The Jet Stream and Us (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 2006-2008 BBC One O’Clock News (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Presenter / Herself – Weather Forecaster

Episode dated 12 February 2008 (2008) … Herself – Weather Presenter
Episode dated 13 July 2007 (2007) … Herself – Weather Presenter
Episode dated 13 April 2007 (2007) … Herself – Weather Presenter
Episode dated 10 April 2007 (2007) … Herself – Weather Presenter
Episode dated 23 February 2007 (2007) … Herself – Weather Presenter
 2007 News 24 Sunday (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Presenter

Episode #3.3 (2007) … Herself – Weather Presenter
Episode #3.2 (2007) … Herself – Weather Presenter
 2007 BBC News (TV Series)
Herself – Weather Forecaster

Episode dated 8 February 2007 (2007) … Herself – Weather Forecaster

Kate Garraway

Kate Garraway

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Kate Garraway
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Garraway at a gala screening of Turbo in London, November 2013
Born Kathryn Mary Garraway
(1967-05-04) 4 May 1967 (age 51)
Abingdon-on-Thames, Berkshire, England
Nationality British
Occupation Journalist and presenter
Years active 1994–present
Agent ROAR Global
Television GMTV (2000–2010)
The Biggest Loser (2009)
Daybreak (2010–2014)[1]
Lorraine (2010–2014)
The National Lottery Draws (2014–2016)
Good Morning Britain (2014—)
Loose Women (2017–)
Spouse(s) Ian Rumsey (m. 1998–2002)
Derek Draper (m. 2005)
Children Darcey (b. 2006)
William (b. 2009)
Website Official Twitter

Kathryn Mary “Kate” Garraway (born 4 May 1967)[2] is an English television and radio presenter, best known for her television roles with ITV Breakfast.

Garraway presents a mid-morning show on Smooth Radio on weekdays as well as the ITV Breakfast programme Good Morning Britain. Previously, she hosted various daytime programmes including Daybreak (2010–2014), Lorraine (2010–2014) and GMTV (2000–2010).

Garraway occasionally presented The National Lottery Draws for BBC One from 2014 until 2016.

Early life[edit]

Garraway’s father was a civil servant and her mother was a teacher. She attended Dunmore Primary School and Fitzharrys School in Abingdon.[3] She then graduated from Bath College of Higher Education with a BA in English and History.

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

In 1994, Garraway joined the South edition of ITV News Central on ITV Central as a production journalist, reporter and news presenter. In 1996, she became co-presenter of the South East edition of ITV News Meridian on ITV Meridian after she was “talent spotted” by a boss who viewed her presenting a three-minute bulletin on ITV Central.

In 1997, she gained national exposure on BBC News 24, when she presented such stories as the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. In 1998, Garraway joined Sunrise on Sky News with Martin Stanford.

Garraway joined GMTV in September 2000, co-presenting GMTV Today with Andrew Castle each Friday (and Thursdays later on). Garraway eventually went on to share presenting duties with Fiona Phillips and Emma Crosby. In 2009, when GMTV relaunched, she co-hosted the programme with Ben Shephard, presenting on Monday, Tuesday and alternate Wednesdays. During Garraway’s time at GMTV, she had also co-presented with Eamonn Holmes, John Stapleton and Dan Lobb. She presented her final show on 31 August 2010.

She presented one series of Too Many Cooks in 2004. In 2007, she was the questioner on The People’s Quiz. In 2009, Garraway presented The Biggest Loser for ITV. She was later replaced by Davina McCall. Garraway was a regular panellist on Wall of Fame, hosted by David Walliams.

She became entertainment editor of Daybreak on ITV Breakfast (the successor to GMTV) in September 2010.[1] On 6 December 2011, she took over from Christine Bleakley as the main presenter on an interim basis.[4] On 4 May 2012, it was announced Lorraine Kelly would become the permanent replacement for Bleakley in September 2012.[5][6] On 3 August 2012, it was revealed that Garraway had signed a new contract to present each Friday in Kelly’s absence.[7] On 15 February 2014, it was announced Kelly would additionally front the Friday edition of Lorraine.[8][9]

On 3 March 2014, it was revealed that Daybreak would be axed and replaced with Good Morning Britain. [10] However, with these changes, came the news that Lorraine Kelly would be presenting Lorraine five days a week, meaning that Garraway no longer continued to present Kelly’s show on Fridays. She hosted her final Daybreak and Lorraine shows on 25 April 2014 ahead of joining Good Morning Britain the following month. Since joining Good Morning Britain, Garraway’s appearances on Lorraine have become more less frequent. [11] Garraway once again became interim main presenter on ITV Breakfast when Ben Shepherd cut his appearances each week to just 2; which meant Garraway was hosted four times a week until Piers Morgan joined the show later that year.

Garraway continues to present GMB each Friday alongside Ben Shepherd and is newsreader each Thursday alongside Susanna Reid and Shepherd.

From March 2014 until November 2016, Garraway occasionally presented The National Lottery Draws on BBC One. In September 2017, she made a cameo appearance in Hollyoaks.[12][13]

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

Garraway appeared in the fifth series of Strictly Come Dancing, partnered with professional dancer Anton du Beke. Garraway finished 8th of the 14 couples despite receiving the lowest score from the judges in every week but one, as she was repeatedly saved by the public vote, prior to her elimination in week seven.[14]

In February 2008, Garraway launched legal action against the Sunday Mirror after it published a photograph of her embracing du Beke, insinuating that they were having an affair, which the pair both denied.[15]

Week Dance/Song Judges’ scores Total Result
Horwood Phillips Goodman Tonioli
2 Quickstep / “Love Machine 2 4 5 4 15 Safe
3 Tango / “They 4 5 5 5 19 Safe
4 Samba / “Dancing Queen 3 3 6 4 16 Safe
5 Foxtrot / “I Could Write a Book 5 7 7 7 26 Safe
6 Salsa / “Peanut Vendor 3 4 6 5 18 Safe
7 Paso Doble / “Somebody Told Me 4 5 7 5 21 Eliminated

Radio[edit]

Garraway’s broadcasting career began with BBC Radio Oxford, and she had become an Independent Television News trainee journalist by 1994.

On 18 and 19 August 2012, Garraway co-presented two episodes of ‘Weekend Breakfast’ (with Colin Paterson). Over the weekend of 8 September, Garraway again presented ‘Weekend Breakfast’ with Colin Patterson.[16] On 6 October 2013, she stood in for Andrew Castle for a show on LBC Radio.

Since March 2014, Garraway has presented the Smooth Daytime show weekdays 10am-1pm on Smooth Radio.[17]

Personal life[edit]

Garraway married Ian Rumsey, her former boss at ITV Meridian, in her hometown of Abingdon, Oxfordshire in 1998. They divorced in April 2002.[citation needed]

In September 2005, Garraway married Derek Draper in Camden, London. Draper was a political aide to former Labour cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, and was at the centre of the scandal known as “Lobbygate”.[18] The couple’s first child, a daughter, was born in Hammersmith and Fulham, London, on 10 March 2006.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Garraway built an extension to her north London home without planning permission from the local council. She attempted to put in a retrospective planning application but it failed to appease them and she was told to scale down the extension.[19]

Garraway is a charity ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.[20]

She released her first book on 9 March 2017, entitled “The Joy of Big Knickers (or learning to love the rest of your life)”.[21]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Episodes Notes
1998–2000 Sunrise News presenter Regularly with Martin Stanford
2000–2010 GMTV Co-presenter Alternating episodes Regularly with Ben Shephard
2003–2014, 2017— Loose Women Stand-in anchor/Guest panellist 18 episodes
2004 Too Many Cooks Presenter 1 series
2005 This Morning Guest presenter 1 episode
2007 Strictly Come Dancing Participant Series 5 7th Place, danced with Anton Du Beke
The People’s Quiz Questioner 1 series (12 episodes)
2009 The Biggest Loser Presenter 1 series (40 episodes)
2010–2014 Daybreak Presenter Entertainment editor (2010–2011)
Acting Monday–Friday presenter (2011–2012)
Friday presenter (2012–2014) Regularly with Aled Jones or John Stapleton
2010–2014, 2018 Lorraine Presenter Deputy presenter (2010–2011, 2014, 2018)
Friday presenter (2012–2014)
2011 Wall of Fame Regular panellist 1 series (10 episodes)
2011 Carols from Bucklebury Presenter One-off episode
2014–2016 The National Lottery Draws Presenter Occasional episodes Stand-in for Gaby Roslin
2014— Good Morning Britain Presenter/newsreader Thursday and Friday Regularly with Ben Shephard
2017 GMB Today Co-presenter Spin-off show, Hosted with Jeremy Kyle and Richard Madeley
Guest appearances
Film
Year Title Role Notes
2017 Sharknado 5… Earth 0 Herself Cameo role
The Lego Ninjago Movie Herself (voice only) Cameo role

Sally Nugent

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Sally Nugent

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Sally Nugent (born 5 August 1971) is an English journalist who works for BBC News.

Born on the Wirral Peninsula[1] Nugent was educated at Upton Hall School FCJ.[2] She then graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication arts and French from the University of Huddersfield.[3]

Her first media role was at BBC Radio Merseyside before moving on to report on and read the sports news on BBC North West Tonight. In 2003 she became a sports reporter for BBC News, appearing on national bulletins,[1] before becoming a sports news presenter on the BBC News Channel (known at the time as BBC News 24). There she travelled to Germany for the 2006 World Cup, anchoring Sportsday from there. Nugent then spent a period as a news correspondent on TV and radio, and as a relief presenter on the BBC News Channel.

Nugent is married with one child and after maternity leave, she returned to the BBC News Channel as a sports presenter on Thursday 8 January 2009. In this role she also regularly appeared as a sports presenter on the BBC Weekend News on BBC One.

In November 2011, Nugent began co-presenting BBC Breakfast on a freelance basis, filling in when regular hosts were unavailable. Since April 2012, she has presented sports bulletins alongside Mike Bushell on Breakfast, when the programme moved to its new home at Media City in Salford. She is the main relief presenter on the show and presented the show on Christmas Eve 2012 with Bill Turnbull.[4]

Self (5 credits)
 2011-2018 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – Sports Presenter / Herself – Presenter / Herself – Sports Correspondent / …

Episode dated 28 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Sports Presenter
Episode dated 18 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Sports Presenter
Episode dated 16 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Sports Presenter
Episode dated 19 December 2017 (2017) … Herself – Sports Presenter (uncredited)
Episode dated 13 July 2017 (2017) … Herself – Sports Presenter
 2018 Fatma Samoura: The Most Powerful Woman in Sport (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Presenter
 2014 The Andrew Marr Show (TV Series)
Herself – Newsreader

Episode dated 9 November 2014 (2014) … Herself – Newsreader
 2007 BBC One O’Clock News (TV Series)
Herself – News Correspondent / Herself – Reporter

Episode dated 6 July 2007 (2007) … Herself – News Correspondent
Episode dated 21 February 2007 (2007) … Herself – Reporter
 2007 BBC Six O’Clock News (TV Series)
Herself – Reporter

Episode dated 8 February 2007 (2007) … Herself – Reporter

Steph McGovern

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Steph McGovern
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Born Stephanie Rose McGovern
(1982-05-31) 31 May 1982 (age 36)
Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England
Alma mater University College London
Occupation Journalist, television presenter
Television BBC Breakfast
Pocket Money Pitch
Shop Well for Less?
Watchdog

Stephanie Rose “Steph” McGovern (born 31 May 1982) is an English journalist and television presenter. She works for the BBC and is the main business presenter for BBC Breakfast. She sometimes co-hosts the entire programme.

Early life[edit]

McGovern was born in and grew up in Middlesbrough. She was raised Catholic and went to Kader Primary School then the Macmillan City Technology College (now the Macmillan Academy).

In 1998 at the start of her sixth form studies she won an Arkwright Engineering Scholarship for her potential to be a future leader in the engineering industry. From 1998–2000, in the sixth form, she studied maths, physics, design technology and business studies.[1] At the age of 19 she was awarded ‘Young Engineer for Britain’, after saving Black & Decker £150,000 a year by improving production techniques used for the Leaf Hog product.[2]

She attended University College London, where she studied science communication and policy in the Department of Science and Technology Studies.

Career[edit]

McGovern started at the BBC doing work experience on the Tomorrow’s World programme, before securing part-time employment as a researcher in current affairs. She went on to be main producer for daily financial news on the Today programme on Radio 4, before becoming the lead producer of business news on the BBC’s One, Six and Ten O’Clock news bulletins, working with the then business editor, Robert Peston.

In 2010 McGovern began presenting for BBC Radio 5 Live, which moved to Salford in 2011. She has presented Wake Up to Money, and is one of the regular presenters on Sunday evening’s On the Money.

On 27 August 2012 she made her debut presenting BBC Breakfast alongside Roger Johnson. While one of the main relief presenters on BBC Breakfast,[3] she also presented the main show during the Christmas holiday in 2012. She was heard swearing off-camera in October 2012, which resulted in Susanna Reid giving an apology on air.[4]

Starting in February 2016, she presented Pocket Money Pitch for CBBC. Series 1 consisted of 10 weekly episodes.[5] Since March 2016, she has co-presented Shop Well for Less? with Alex Jones for BBC One.

McGovern joined the BBC Watchdog presenting team from autumn 2016. She also co-presented Can Britain Have a Pay Rise? for BBC Two alongside James O’Brien.

Personal life[edit]

McGovern lives in Middlesbrough and Manchester. She is a schoolfriend of Kay Murray, another Teesside television presenter,[6] and is a supporter of Middlesbrough F.C.[citation needed]

She is a former champion Irish dancer and still often attends international competitions, where she helps to coach dancers.[7]

Actress (1 credit)
 2015 House of Fools (TV Series)
Newsreader

The Moth Affair (2015) … Newsreader (as Stephanie McGovern)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (15 credits)
 2011-2018 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – Business Presenter / Herself – Presenter / Herself – Business Correspondent / …

Episode dated 28 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Business Presenter
Episode dated 8 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 18 May 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 28 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 19 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
 2018 Football’s 47 Best Worst Songs (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Broadcaster & Middlesbrough Fan
 2018 The One Show (TV Series)
Herself – Watchdog Presenter

Episode dated 16 May 2018 (2018) … Herself – Watchdog Presenter
Episode dated 9 May 2018 (2018) … Herself – Watchdog Presenter
Episode dated 25 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Watchdog Presenter
Episode dated 18 April 2018 (2018) … Herself – Watchdog Presenter
 2017-2018 Have I Got News for You (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #55.1 (2018) … Herself
Episode #54.7 (2017) … Herself
 2017 Strictly Come Dancing (TV Series)
Herself – Audience Member

Week 10 (2017) … Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
 2017 UK General Election (TV Series)
Herself – News Correspondent

Election 2017 (2017) … Herself – News Correspondent
 2017 Insert Name Here (TV Series)
Herself – Panellist

Charlie (2017) … Herself – Panellist (as Stephanie McGovern)
 2016 Can Britain Have a Pay Rise? (TV Movie)
Herself – Presenter
 2016 EU Referendum: The Result (TV Special)
Herself – Business Correspondent (as Stephanie McGovern)
 2016 Pocket Money Pitch (TV Series)
Herself
 2015 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #5.8 (2015) … Herself
 2015 World Championship Snooker (TV Series)
Herself – Celebrity Player / Herself – Celebrity Predictions

2015: Day 5, Part 3 (2015) … Herself – Celebrity Player
2015: Day 2, Part 2 (2015) … Herself – Celebrity Predictions
 2014 Scotland Decides (TV Special)
Herself
 2013 Pointless Celebrities (TV Series)
Herself

Academic Edition (2013) … Herself
 2013 Newsround (TV Series)
Herself – Contributor (BBC business reporter)

04/07/2013: 07:40 (2013) … Herself – Contributor (BBC business reporter)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2016-2017 Have I Got News for You (TV Series)
Herself

Have I Got 2017 News for You (2017) … Herself
Episode #52.5 (2016) … Herself (uncredited)

Sian Williams

Sian Williams

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Sian Williams
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Williams in 2010
Born Sian Mary Williams
(1964-11-28) 28 November 1964 (age 53)
Paddington, London
Nationality Welsh
Occupation Journalist, presenter
Employer Channel 5
Notable credit(s) BBC Breakfast
Your Money Their Tricks
Sunday Morning Live
5 News at 5
Save Money: Good Health
Spouse(s) Neale Hunt (m. 1991–2001)
Paul Woolwich (m. 2006)
Children 4

Sian Mary Williams, ([ˈʃɑn]; born 28 November 1964) is a Welsh journalist and current affairs presenter, best known for her work with the BBC.[1][2]

From 2001 until 2013, Williams regularly presented weekday editions of BBC Breakfast as well as all main news bulletins on BBC One. She presented two series of BBC One‘s discussion programme Sunday Morning Live from 2014 until 2015.

Since January 2016, she has been the main presenter of 5 News at 5.[3]

Early life[edit]

Williams was born in Paddington, London, to Welsh parents and was raised in Eastbourne, East Sussex.[2] Her mother, Katherine Rees, was from Llanelli and had moved to London to become a nurse.[2][4] Williams’ father was from Swansea, and his family had been farmers in Glamorgan, south Wales.[2][4] He was a journalist, working first in print and later in radio.[5] She gained a BA in English and History from Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brookes University) and went on to study critical journalistic writing at the University of Rhode Island in America.[6]

Career[edit]

Williams joined the BBC in 1985 and began working as a reporter and producer for BBC Local Radio stations in Liverpool, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester. From 1990 to 1997, she was editor for BBC Radio 4‘s The World at One and PM programmes. Williams was also a programme editor for a number of news and election specials across Radio 4 and BBC Radio 5 Live.[7][8]

Prior to the channel’s launch in 1997, Williams joined BBC News 24 as an output editor. During screen tests for potential presenters, one applicant became unwell and Williams was asked to step into the role.[8][9] Producers were impressed with her performance and they offered her the prime presenting slot of 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm alongside Gavin Esler.[9] She remained with the channel for nearly two years before joining BBC One’s Six O’Clock News in 1999 as Special Correspondent.[7] She became a relief presenter of the bulletin and in 2001 she became its main Friday presenter during Fiona Bruce‘s maternity leave. Williams also became a main presenter of the BBC One weekend news bulletins.

Williams joined BBC Breakfast on 12 January 2001 as a relief presenter, initially presenting on Friday–Sunday alongside Darren Jordon, to cover for main presenter, Sarah Montague, and then later with Jeremy Bowen, to cover for Sophie Raworth.[9] She also regularly deputised on both the Six O’Clock News and the One O’Clock News during this period. In 2004, Williams covered for Raworth on the Six O’Clock News during her maternity leave, co-presenting with George Alagiah, and the following year, reported from Sri Lanka and Thailand on the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and from Pakistan on the Kashmir earthquake.[9]

In May 2005 she was confirmed as the main female presenter of BBC Breakfast, presenting initially with Dermot Murnaghan and then Bill Turnbull from 2008. Williams left BBC Breakfast on 15 March 2012 after the programme’s production team was relocated to Salford. She briefly rejoined BBC Radio 4 to co-present Saturday Live.[10]

Williams has presented programmes outside of news and current affairs including The One Show, Big Welsh Challenge, Now You’re Talking and City Hospital. In 2010, Williams was a reporter for Watchdog.[11] In 2013, she hosted Your Money, Their Tricks with Nicky Campbell and Rebecca Wilcox. Williams also presented a three-part interview series for BBC One Wales titled The Sian Williams Interview featuring Tanni Grey-Thompson, Suzanne Packer and Siân Phillips.[12]

In June 2014, Williams became the new presenter of Sunday Morning Live, BBC One’s religious and ethical debating programme.[13] She presented the programme for two series before being replaced by Naga Munchetty in June 2016.

On 5 November 2015, Williams announced she would be leaving the BBC to become the new main presenter of 5 News. She presented her first 5 News bulletin on 4 January 2016.[3] In 2017, she co-presents Save Money: Good Health alongside Ranj Singh on ITV.[citation needed]

Other work[edit]

Williams was president of TRIC (Television and Radio Industries Club) for 2008–09. She became an Honorary Fellow of the University of Cardiff in July 2012.[14]

In 2014, she began studying for a master’s degree in Psychology at the University of Westminster, specialising in the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on journalists and reporters.[15]

Personal life[edit]

In February 1991, Williams married Neale Hunt, a former director of advertising firm McCann Erickson, with whom she had two sons. Following the couple’s divorce, Williams married Paul Woolwich in 2006 and gave birth to her third son in October 2006, later disclosing in an interview that she received two litres of blood following complications.[8] Williams gave birth to a daughter in March 2009.[citation needed]

Williams ran the 2001 New York City Marathon and spent several days recovering in hospital from hyponatraemia. After several years not participating in running, she completed the Virgin London Marathon in 2013.[16]

During filming for the BBC’s Coming Home in November 2010, Williams discovered she was the first member of her family to have been born outside Wales in 350 years of her known family tree.[2][4]

Health[edit]

In May 2016, Williams revealed she had undergone a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer. The Channel 5 newsreader told Woman and Home magazine that she was diagnosed in 2014, a week after her 50th birthday. She said she had always thought she was healthy as she “did all the right things – I was a green tea drinker, a salmon eater, a runner”. She said her main fear was not seeing her two youngest children grow up.[17]

Filmography[edit]

  • City Hospital
  • BBC Breakfast (2001–2012) – Co-presenter
  • Watchdog (2010) – Reporter
  • Crimewatch (2012, 2015) – Stand-in presenter
  • Your Money Their Tricks (2013) – Co-presenter
  • The Sian Williams Interview – Presenter
  • Sunday Morning Live (2014–2015) – Presenter
  • 5 News at 5 (2016–present) – Anchor
  • Save Money: Lose Weight (2017) – Co-presenter
  • Save Money: Good Health (2017–present) – Co-presente
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SUSANNAH WISE

Susannah Wise is an actress, known for An Ideal Husband (1999), Billionaire Ransom (2016) and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1996).
Susannah Wise Picture

Actress (53 credits)
 2018 Press (TV Mini-Series)
Wendy Bolt

Episode #1.1 (2018) … Wendy Bolt
 2018 Collateral (TV Mini-Series)
Inspector Sally Shields

Episode #1.4 (2018) … Inspector Sally Shields
Episode #1.3 (2018) … Inspector Sally Shields
 2018 Call the Midwife (TV Series)
Hilary

Episode #7.1 (2018) … Hilary
 2017 SS-GB (TV Mini-Series)
Prostitute

Episode #1.1 (2017) … Prostitute
 2017 Chewing Gum (TV Series)
Louise

I Just Need Some Company (2017) … Louise
 2016 Marcella (TV Series)
Linda Callaghan

Episode #1.7 (2016) … Linda Callaghan
Episode #1.6 (2016) … Linda Callaghan (uncredited)
Episode #1.5 (2016) … Linda Callaghan
Episode #1.4 (2016) … Linda Callaghan
Episode #1.3 (2016) … Linda Callaghan
 2016/II Billionaire Ransom
Agent Jess Chambliss
 2016 Stan Lee’s Lucky Man (TV Series)
Polly

A Twist of Fate (2016) … Polly
 2015 Toast of London (TV Series)
Jenny Spasm

Man of Sex (2015) … Jenny Spasm
 2015 Playing Ball (Short)
Sally
 2015 The Enfield Haunting (TV Mini-Series)
Sylvie Burcombe

Episode #1.2 (2015) … Sylvie Burcombe
 2015 X Company (TV Series)
Adele

Trial by Fire (2015) … Adele
 2014 Babylon (TV Mini-Series)
Jennifer Miller

Episode #1.5 (2014) … Jennifer Miller
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Jennifer Miller
 2013 PhoneShop (TV Series)
Shelley

Pay as You Grow (2013) … Shelley
 2013 Quick Cuts (TV Series)
Customer

Episode #1.1 (2013) … Customer
 2013 Jo (TV Series)
Agnès Deloit

Le Marais (2013) … Agnès Deloit
 2013 Derek (TV Series)
Rebecca

Episode #1.4 (2013) … Rebecca
 1995-2013 Casualty (TV Series)
Kim McCall / Deborah Morrow

Life Goes On (2013) … Kim McCall
Battling On (1995) … Deborah Morrow
 2012 That Woman (Short)
Lizzie
 2012/II Charity (Short)
Carla
 2012/III Nora (Short)
Rebecca
 2012/II Wonder (Short)
Sarah
 2012 Doctors (TV Series)
Ellie Parry

Last Tango (2012) … Ellie Parry
 2009 The Fairy Queen (TV Movie)
Hermia
 2009 U Be Dead (TV Movie)
Laura
 2009 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Nurse Hannah

Paradise (2009) … Nurse Hannah
 2008 Peep Show (TV Series)
Heather

Burgling (2008) … Heather
 2008 EastEnders (TV Series)
Alice Grayling

Episode dated 14 April 2008 (2008) … Alice Grayling
Episode dated 11 April 2008 (2008) … Alice Grayling
Episode dated 10 April 2008 (2008) … Alice Grayling
Episode dated 8 April 2008 (2008) … Alice Grayling
 2007 The Time of Your Life (TV Series)
Susan

Episode #1.6 (2007) … Susan
Episode #1.5 (2007) … Susan
Episode #1.4 (2007) … Susan
Episode #1.3 (2007) … Susan
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Susan
 2006 The Complete Guide to Parenting (TV Series)
Roz
 2006 Soundproof (TV Movie)
Anna
 2006 Vital Signs (TV Series)
Rebecca

Episode #1.3 (2006) … Rebecca
 2006 The IT Crowd (TV Series)
Samantha

The Red Door (2006) … Samantha
 2006 Holby City (TV Series)
Kelly Farmer

I’ll Be Back (2006) … Kelly Farmer
 2005 Secret Smile (TV Mini-Series)
Laura

Episode #1.2 (2005) … Laura
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Laura
 2004 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Liz Francis

The Straw Woman (2004) … Liz Francis
 2004 Three Sisters (TV Movie)
Natasha
 1996-2003 The Bill (TV Series)
Nurse Julie Pyke / DS Pauline Wherry / DS Pauline Wherrey / …

166: Close to Home (2003) … Nurse Julie Pyke
Aftershock (2001) … DS Pauline Wherry
Night Games (2001) … DS Pauline Wherrey
Call Waiting (1996) … Liz Connery
 2001 Kavanagh QC (TV Series)
Alison Hatton

The End of Law (2001) … Alison Hatton
 2001 In a Land of Plenty (TV Series)
Alice Freeman

Episode #1.10 (2001) … Alice Freeman
Episode #1.9 (2001) … Alice Freeman
Episode #1.8 (2001) … Alice Freeman
Episode #1.7 (2001) … Alice Freeman
Episode #1.6 (2001) … Alice Freeman
 2000 Britannic (TV Movie)
Nurse
 1999/I An Ideal Husband
Young Mother
 1998 Faith in the Future (TV Series)
Zoe

Stand by Me (1998) … Zoe
Prodigal Mother (1998) … Zoe
 1996-1997 Staying Alive (TV Series)
Michaela Lennox

Episode #2.6 (1997) … Michaela Lennox
Episode #2.1 (1997) … Michaela Lennox
Episode #1.6 (1996) … Michaela Lennox
Episode #1.5 (1996) … Michaela Lennox
Episode #1.4 (1996) … Michaela Lennox
 1997 Where the Heart Is (TV Series)
Wendy Atkins

A Place in the World (1997) … Wendy Atkins
Summoned by Bells (1997) … Wendy Atkins
Things Fall Apart (1997) … Wendy Atkins
Skelthwaite (1997) … Wendy Atkins
 1996 A Nice Cup of Tea (Short)
 1996 The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (TV Mini-Series)
Millicent

Episode #1.3 (1996) … Millicent
Episode #1.2 (1996) … Millicent
 1996 Interview Day (TV Movie)
Miss Wilding
 1996 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)
Louisa Fielding

An Autumn Shroud (1996) … Louisa Fielding
 1995 Bliss (TV Movie)
Florist Assistant
 1995 Class Act (TV Series)
P.A.

Episode #2.2 (1995) … P.A.
 1995 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries (TV Series)
Shop Assistant

The Strawberry Tree: Part 1 (1995) … Shop Assistant (as Susannah Walker Wise)

Louise Minchin

Louise Minchin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louise Minchin
Minchin in 2012
Born Louise Mary Grayson[1]
(1968-09-08) 8 September 1968 (age 49)
British Hong Kong[2]
Education University of St. Andrews
Occupation Journalist
presenter
Anchor
Notable credit(s) BBC Breakfast
BBC News at One
Missing Live
The One Show
Real Rescues
Spouse(s) David Minchin (m. 1998)
Children 2
Website Official website

Louise Mary Minchin (née Grayson) (born 8 September 1968)[3] is a British journalist and news presenter who currently works freelance within the BBC.

Since 2006, Minchin has been a regular anchor on the BBC One programme Breakfast, currently co-hosting the show three days a week with Dan Walker.

From 2009 until 2012, Minchin co-hosted Real Rescues alongside Nick Knowles and Chris Hollins. She has guest-hosted The One Show a number of times since 2010.

Early life[edit]

Minchin was born Louise Mary Grayson in 1968 in British Hong Kong to a Major in the Irish Guards of the British Army. She was educated at St Mary’s School, Ascot, and has a degree in Spanish from the University of St Andrews.[4] She subsequently studied journalism at the London College of Communication.[5]

Career[edit]

Minchin has worked for the Latin American section of the BBC World Service during a year in Argentina, the Today programme, Five and various local radio stations. In 2006 she toured the country in a converted bus meeting England fans as part of the World Cup coverage for BBC News.

She started work for Radio 5 Live in 1998, and married David Minchin the same year. She presented many of the station’s main programmes, including Drive and Breakfast. Between September 2003 and April 2012, she was a regular BBC News Channel presenter, initially working alongside Jon Sopel from 7 pm to 10 pm. Minchin then presented the 2 pm to 5 pm slot, also with Sopel, sharing this shift with Emily Maitlis. She was also one of the main relief presenters for the BBC News at One until April 2012.

In 2006 and 2007, Minchin was a relief presenter on BBC Breakfast while Kate Silverton covered for main anchor Sian Williams. After Williams returned, she continued to co-host the programme, and from July 2010 until April 2012 was the regular weekend presenter of the show.[6] In December 2011 the BBC announced that Minchin would replace Williams as a main presenter of BBC Breakfast along with Bill Turnbull and Charlie Stayt when the programme moved to Salford—the first edition was presented on Tuesday 10 April 2012.[7]

From 21 April 2008 Minchin presented a weekday programme called Missing Live along with Rav Wilding. The programme was shown at 9:15 am after BBC Breakfast on BBC One and ran for 4 weeks. The show returned for a second four-week run from 16 March 2009, and again in March 2010, highlighting both new cases and those previously featured with updates.

Minchin and Colin Jackson presented the Sunday morning show Sunday Life on BBC One in 2008.

From 2 November 2009, Minchin presented four weeks of live broadcasts of Real Rescues along with Nick Knowles.

Minchin also presented In the Know, a BBC sports magazine programme on Saturday mornings on BBC One during the 2004 Athens Olympics alongside co-presenter John Inverdale.

In April 2010 Minchin co-presented The One Show for a week alongside Chris Hollins while regular hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley were unavailable.[8] She covered again when the show returned in July 2010 for two weeks alongside Matt Baker and one episode with Matt Allwright.

Minchin and Gethin Jones presented the documentary series Crime and Punishment, which began on BBC One on 12 March 2012.

For a time from November 2012, Minchin was a co-presenter of Radio 5 Live’s Drive programme with Peter Allen. She often stands in as the main presenter of BBC Radio 4’s daily consumer programme You and Yours.

Minchin played herself reading the news in two BBC series: spy drama Spooks and the Torchwood mini-series Children of Earth.

In 2016, Minchin competed in Celebrity MasterChef on BBC One finishing second.[9][10]

Awards[edit]

In March 2014 she was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Letters degree by the University of Chester.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Louise married David Minchin on 6 June 1998. The couple have two daughters and live near Chester.[12]

She is an amateur triathlete, and qualified as a member of the 2015 Great Britain Age-Group Triathlon Team (45–49 age group). She competed in the standard distance event (1500m swim, a 40 km bike ride and a 10 km run) at the World Triathlon Championships in Chicago on 19 September 2015. She qualified for the team at the Dambuster Triathlon at Rutland Water on 15 June 2015.[13] She went on to finish 71st out of 78 finishers at the Worlds.[14]

Actress (3 credits)
 2009 Torchwood (TV Series)
Newsreader

Children of Earth: Day Five (2009) … Newsreader
Children of Earth: Day Four (2009) … Newsreader
Children of Earth: Day Three (2009) … Newsreader
Children of Earth: Day Two (2009) … Newsreader
 2007 Silent Witness (TV Series)
Newsreader

Double Dare: Part 2 (2007) … Newsreader
Double Dare: Part 1 (2007) … Newsreader
 2006 MI-5 (TV Series)
Newsreader

Episode #5.4 (2006) … Newsreader (uncredited)

Self (30 credits)
 2006-2018 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter / Herself – Reporter

Episode dated 12 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 11 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 4 June 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 16 May 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
Episode dated 15 May 2018 (2018) … Herself – Presenter
 2010-2018 The One Show (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter / Herself / Herself – Guest Presenter / …

Episode dated 9 May 2018 (2018) … Herself
Episode dated 22 November 2017 (2017) … Herself
Episode #7.165 (2012) … Herself – Reporter
Episode #7.45 (2012) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #7.44 (2012) … Herself – Guest Presenter
 2017 Eurovision: You Decide (TV Special)
 2013-2016 Strictly Come Dancing (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Audience Member

The Final (2016) … Herself
Week 4 (2013) … Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
 2016 Celebrity Chase (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #6.8 (2016) … Herself – Contestant
 2015 Time Crashers (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.6 (2015) … Herself
Episode #1.5 (2015) … Herself
Episode #1.4 (2015) … Herself
Episode #1.3 (2015) … Herself
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Herself
 2015 Countdown (TV Series)
Herself – Dictionary Corner

Episode #72.85 (2015) … Herself – Dictionary Corner
Episode #72.84 (2015) … Herself – Dictionary Corner
Episode #72.83 (2015) … Herself – Dictionary Corner
Episode #72.82 (2015) … Herself – Dictionary Corner
Episode #72.81 (2015) … Herself – Dictionary Corner
 2015 The British Soap Awards 2015 (TV Special)
Herself – Presenter
 2015 UK General Election (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 7 May 2015 (2015) … Herself
 2014 Hacker Time (TV Series)
Herself

Bobby Lockwood (2014) … Herself
 2014 World War One at Home (TV Series documentary)
Herself – Presenter

The Safe House (2014) … Herself – Presenter
 2014 CBeebies Bedtime Story (TV Series)
Herself – Storyteller

Just Right for Two (2014) … Herself – Storyteller
 2013 Restoring England’s Heritage (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter
 2013 BBC East Midlands Today (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 5 February 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2012 Pointless Celebrities (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Daytime 9 (2012) … Herself – Contestant
 2012 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.15 (2012) … Herself
 2008-2011 Missing (TV Series documentary)
Herself – Presenter

Episode #8.5 (2011) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #8.1 (2011) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #7.10 (2010) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #7.1 (2010) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #6.20 (2009) … Herself – Presenter
 2007-2010 BBC One O’Clock News (TV Series)
Herself – Newsreader / Herself – Presenter

Episode dated 7 December 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 23 November 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 19 November 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 18 November 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 17 November 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
 2010 Ask Rhod Gilbert (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.6 (2010) … Herself
 2010 Let’s Dance for Sport Relief (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.1 (2010) … Herself (as Newsreaders)
 2009-2010 BBC Weekend News (TV Series)
Herself – Newsreader

Episode dated 13 February 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 30 January 2010 (2010) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 17 October 2009 (2009) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 12 September 2009 (2009) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 4 July 2009 (2009) … Herself – Newsreader
 2009 Around the World in 80 Days (TV Mini-Series)
Herself

Episode #1.6 (2009) … Herself
Episode #1.4 (2009) … Herself
Episode #1.3 (2009) … Herself
 2009 BBC Six O’Clock News (TV Series)
Herself – Newsreader

Episode dated 3 June 2009 (2009) … Herself – Newsreader
 2008 Mastermind (TV Series)
Herself

 2008 Celebrity Eggheads (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #1.2 (2008) … Herself – Contestant
 2007-2008 The Andrew Marr Show (TV Series)
Herself – Newsreader

Episode #3.24 (2008) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode #3.20 (2008) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode #3.2 (2007) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 3 June 2007 (2007) … Herself – Newsreader
Episode dated 13 May 2007 (2007) … Herself – Newsreader
 2007 Real Rescues (TV Series documentary)
Herself – Presenter

Episode #7.20 … Herself – Presenter
Episode #7.18 … Herself – Presenter
Episode #7.15 … Herself – Presenter
Episode #3.12 … Herself – Presenter
Episode #3.8 … Herself – Presenter
 2007 News 24 Sunday (TV Series)
Herself – Newsreader

Episode #3.5 (2007) … Herself – Newsreader
 2004 In the Know (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter
 1997 BBC News (TV Series)
Presenter
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (3 credits)
 2017 Panorama (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Madeleine McCann: 10 Years On (2017) … Herself (uncredited)
 2016 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter

Episode dated 29 December 2016 (2016) … Herself – Presenter (uncredited)
 2016 Have I Got News for You (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #52.5 (2016) … Herself (uncredited)
Episode #51.2 (2016) … Herself (uncredited)